A NASCAR driver has been caught up in what Canadian police are calling them largest tobacco-smuggling bust in North American history.

FOX's Chris Hoenig reports: 

Derek White made his Sprint Cup debut last year at New Hampshire and drove 13 Xfinity Series races, but is accused of being one of the top-ranking members of a drug-and tobacco-running operation.

The syndicate would make their purchases in the U.S., then smuggle them into Canada through three different border crossings.

White is one of 60 people targeted in the case, which recovered over 52,000 kilograms of tobacco, 836 kilos of cocaine and 35 pounds of marijuana.

Chris Hoenig, FOX News.